Idol Headlines for 02/14/11 – The Evening Edition

There are a couple of new co-writes from David Cook on ASCAP. Now and The Last Time were both written with David Hodges and Christopher De Stefano.

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Lee DeWyze official website has confirmed a concert at Sacred Heart College in Fairfield CT for February 23. But it’s actually March 23. Tickets go on sale in February.

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‘Glee’ Goes to Fox Stations in Weekend Syndication

Fox Television Stations and Twentieth Television have reached a deal for the weekend syndication rights on Glee.

The show has been cleared on Fox stations in top markets including New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Dallas, Washington, D.C., Houston, Minneapolis, Phoenix, Orlando and Baltimore and will begin airing in fall 2013.

Reruns of 20th Century Fox Television’s Glee have already begun airing on Oxygen, which snapped up the cable syndication rights last year for $500, 000 an episode.

Read more at THR

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More Headlines after the JUMP…

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Perez Hilton chats with Adam Lambert part 1

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Garret Hedlund and Adam Lambert party at Trousdale

With all the amazing post Grammy Award parties taking place, it looks like Adam Lambert picked West Hollywood hot spot Trousdale on Sunday, February 13th, 2011. Even though Glambert didn’t win any of the awards he was nominated for, he sent out a tweet letting fans know he was having a great time.

See the photos at Accidental Sexiness

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Josh Passes Along A Valentine’s Day Message From Rascal Flatts!

Via JoshGracin.com

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Grammys Red Carpet: What Surprises People About Idol Alum Adam Lambert?

Adam Lambert has made a name for himself with shocking performances. But what was it about Lambert that had TV Guide Network host Chris Harrison all shook up at the Grammys?

Harrison was surprised by Lambert’s height, but that’s nothing new for the former American Idol runner-up. Lambert says most fans don’t realize how tall he is until they stand next to his 6-foot-1 frame.

See the video at TV Guide

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Jennifer Hudson was ‘honored’ to pay tribute to Aretha Franklin

Singer Jennifer Hudson said she and Florence Welch bonded big time during their part in the Grammy Awards show’s salute to a common influence, the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin.

“I just love her energy, ” Hudson said of Welch after they’d rehearsed the career-spanning medley of Franklin signature songs on Thursday. “I love how much she loves music, and we just feed off each other — it’s like a magnet.”

Read more at the LA Times

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Castro’s Hit Single “You Are” Cracks The Top 10 At Christian Radio

Atlantic Records/Word Entertainment’s Jason Castro is ready to heat up the final run of the Winter Jam 2011 Tour Spectacular “American Bible Society Pre-jam Party.” Joining previously announced special guests Fervent recording artists Chris August and Sidewalk Prophets, Castro will be warming up the stage for Christian Music favorites Francesca Battistelli, KJ-52, Kutless, NewSong, RED, The David Crowder Band and The Newsboys and speaker Tony Nolan. He will embark on this nationwide tour beginning on February 17 in Baton Rouge, LA.

Read more at Breathecast

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Behind the Scenes of the Grammy Red Carpet with Ryan Seacrest

See Gaga arrive at last night’s Grammys in her “egg”

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‘Glee’ Music Supervisor Says Original Songs Are Coming To Show

The recently formed Guild of Music Supervisors held its first awards ceremony at a brunch preceding the Grammys on Sunday. In addition to awarding trophies, .biz has learned that Fox’s hit program “Glee” will likely have an original song in an episode this season and next season there may be a show devoted entirely to original music.

According to “Glee” music supervisor PJ Bloom, who was at the ceremony, it is a “possibility” that next season there will be an episode based around a class assignment whereby each chorus member would be tasked with composing an original song

Read more at Billboard

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